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Levels of Performance Indicators *
* The levels of performance serve as a reference and are written at the component, rather than the element, level of our rubric. While providing less detail, the component level descriptors capture all the essential information from those at the element level. These critical attributes, listed in the documents, provide guidance in distinguishing between practice at adjacent levels of performance. Possible examples for each level of performance serve to illustrate the meanings of the rubric language. However, they should be regarded for what they are: possible examples. They are not intended to describe all the possible ways in which a certain level of performance might be demonstrated in the classroom; those are, of necessity, particular to each grade and subject. The possible examples simply serve to illustrate what practice can look like in a range of settings.
** This initial information outlines the SGO process. As updates from NJDOE become apparent it is important to visit the Achieve NJ webpage for further clarification.
Welcome to the Human Resources Department of the Morris School District
DISTRICT EMPLOYEES, PLEASE SIGN IN AT THE TOP OF THE WEBSITE BY CLICKING ON FACULTY TO VIEW DISTRICT FORMS AND DOCUMENTS
Our goal is to provide the highest quality staff to support the Morris School District's academic mission. We are continually searching for outstanding, talented, driven and qualified individuals to help us provide a top-notch education and educational environment to all of our students.
Applications for certificated, secretarial, assistant behavior specialist, supervisory, and teacher assistant positions must be completed online. A list of currently available positions and application procedures may be found HERE.
Paper applications will not be accepted for these positions. Please do not send email inquiries or applications for these positions. Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, only those individuals that are being considered will be contacted.
For Custodial, Maintenance, Security, Lunchroom/Playground Aide and Transportation positions, please submit an application Employment Application including job posting number to:
Morris School District
Human Resources Dept.
31 Hazel Street, Rm 208
Morristown, NJ 07960
The Morris School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Morris School District ensures all persons have equal and bias free access to all categories of employment. The school district’s employment applications and pre-employment inquiries conform to the guidelines of the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights.
Effective September 1, 2011, The New Jersey First Act implemented May 17, 2011, requires all employees of a school district to reside in the state of New Jersey.
Employees of the Morris School District hired after the effective date who do not reside in the State of New Jersey at the time of hire have one year from the effective date of employment to relocate their primary residence to New Jersey.
Employees of the school district hired prior to the September 1, 2011 effective date of this Act are grandfathered and are not required to relocate to New Jersey.
For additional information on certification and Alternate Route, please see the following information sources:
Please be advised that our substitute list is currently open. If you are trying to obtain a substitute certificate, you must have at least 60 college credits and reside in Morristown or Morris Township. Please email Keshia Rivers at firstname.lastname@example.org as applications will not be accepted without an appointment.
All candidates who reside outside of this area must be processed by their respective District.